I had a client request this of me: A detailed celtic knot pendant at just one inch in width! Challenging to say the least.
Another custom requested pendant – this time of a broken pentagram in sterling silver.
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A client approached me with a request to make a duplicate pair of earrings to match one that she’d lost. I worked on the design from a blurry photo of the remaining earring and then had the wax mold 3D printed by Shapeways. This was then cast in silver. Available from my shop on Shapeways.
A chunky, solid sterling silver pendant based on an image of the Egyptian god Ra, a man with the head of a falcon.
From the Wiki entry on Ra: “All forms of life were believed to have been created by Ra, who called each of them into existence by speaking their secret names. Alternatively humans were created from Ra’s tears and sweat, hence the Egyptians call themselves the “Cattle of Ra.” In the myth of the Celestial Cow it is recounted how mankind plotted against Ra and how he sent his eye as the goddess Sekhmet to punish them. When she became bloodthirsty she was pacified by mixing beer with red dye.”
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Client requested just one part to be made for a dollhouse he was making based on Jules Verne’s Nautilus submarine from “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” – a classic that I well remember reading and watching as a movie. I quickly became engrossed in the project myself and ended up making the circular viewing windows, diving exit port, and helmets for the characters. Client did all the painting.
This was a fascinating project that I think you’ll agree turned out pretty amazing.
This was a large and chunky solid sterling silver pendant that I was commissioned to make recently. It features the Egyptian symbol for the Eye of Horus.
My latest ring, sterling silver, with a 3.5mm Fire Citrine on a raised setting. The band design is such that it splits from the bottom up to capture the stone. This ring is a size 4 and available from my store on Etsy.com.
For anyone who is new to 3D Printing and wants to know more about the possibilities of this amazing technology, please take a look at a short two minute video from Shapeways that will open your eyes and get you thinking…
A customer requested the rings below for himself and his wife. He wanted them based loosely on the ritual object derived from a Sanskrit word. If you’re so inclined you can find more information on Wikipedia. The rings are made out of sterling silver. Wax models 3D Printed at Shapeways and then cast in traditional lost wax method.